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Ⅰ. Retrogressive Revision of Labor Law (in relation to plural unionism and wage payment for full-time union officials)1

1. Historical Background and current situation 1

2. Government-driven bill and its problems3

Ⅱ. Repression of Fundamental Labour Rights of Government Employees and Teachers6

1. Situation of Fundamental Labour Rights of Government Employees, Teachers and University Professors6

2. Repression on Government Employees, Teachers and University Professors after Inauguration of Current Government8

3. Negation of university professors’ union10

Ⅲ. The Oppression Against Irregular Workers11

1. Current Situation and Problem of Policies for Protection of Irregular Workers in Korea11

2. Negation of Fundamental Labor Rights of Specially Employed Workers12

3. On-going Oppression of In-Company Subcontracted Workers14

4. Striping Three Basic Rights Of Migrant Workers17

Ⅳ. Repression on Exercising Fundamental Trade Union Rights18

1. Immediate Repression of Labour Movement (Status of Detention, Imprisonment, Compensation Suit)18

2. Irrational repression of the sit-in strike of KWUM - Ssayngyong Motors Branch 20

3. Spread of Aggressive Cancellation of Collective Agreement by Employers23

[Reference] Main ILO Recommendations on South Korea and the Status of Implementation28

Total 99
No. Subject Name Regdate Hits
99 Three Years of President Kim Dae Jung: the impact of neoliberal Nobel Peace Laureate [12] KCTU 2003.06.24 180321
98 What is the National Education Information System and its problems? [6] KCTU 2003.06.25 180653
97 The KCTU Movement's 5 year Plan [16] KCTU 2003.08.14 179588
96 Report on Women Workers in Korea [8] KCTU 2003.10.07 177537
95 Flexibilization of Labor and the Future of the Trade Union Movement [7] KCTU 2003.10.09 176413
94 Statement on the government's "Roadmap for Industrial Relations Reform" [8] KCTU 2003.10.18 178939
93 [ARTUSC] Struggles of KCTU against Neoliberal Restructuring after Economic Crisis, and Perspectives [6] KCTU 2003.11.12 168367
92 [ARTUSC] Final Statement and Action Plan of the Asian Regional Trade Union Solidarity Conference [6] KCTU 2003.11.12 183003
91 [ARTUSC] Opening Address : For the Unity and Solidarity of Asian Worekrs [6] KCTU 2003.11.12 168209
90 [ARTUSC] Challenges of the Southeast Asian Trade Unions against the Regionalisation of Capital [6] KCTU 2003.11.12 163730
89 [ARTUSC]Trade Unions and Solidarity with People/Social movement Sectors [6] KCTU 2003.11.12 165656
88 [ARTUSC]The Role of Asian Trade Unions in Developing a Democratic and Progressive International Trad [6] KCTU 2003.11.12 179207
87 [ARTUSC] Asian Labour Movement and its perspective:Obstacles to Unity and how to overcome [8] KCTU 2003.11.13 163495
86 [ARTUSC] Pax Americana under US military domination and the tasks before the Peace Movement in Asia [7] KCTU 2003.11.13 163360
85 [ARTUSC] Japanese Militarization Trends and the Korean Peninsula Crisis, Trade Unions Response [6] KCTU 2003.11.13 163378
84 [ARTUSC] Anti-War Struggle and the Trade Union Movement [6] KCTU 2003.11.13 163221
83 [ARTUSC] The All Japan Dockworkers Union Anti-War and Anti-Deregulations Movements [6] KCTU 2003.11.13 170842
82 [ARTUSC] The Reality of Women Migrant Workers in South Korea and Recommendations to Improve.. [7] KCTU 2003.11.13 170819
81 [ARTUSC] The HKCTUs Strategy in Response to the Neoliberal Globalisation [22] KCTU 2003.11.13 201058
80 [ARTUSC] The Case of TNCs in Korea [7] KCTU 2003.11.13 203565
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